Polanski Volume 06

Polanski Vol. 06
$28.00 / 8×11 in. / 192 pages / Off-set printed / Edition of 500

Polanski

Aesop – Tacit Eau de Parfum

Aesop
Tacit Eau de Parfum

A contemporary interpretation of classical colognes.

Tacit is at once familiar in its citrus notes and distinctly contemporary in liberal use of Basil Grand Vert. And as the title implies, somewhat elusive in character – more readily experienced than articulated. The formulation was born of two key inspirations: the fresh notes found in traditional colognes; and the culture, topography, and fragile, perfumed vegetation of the Mediterranean coast.

Aesop

KAWS – Untitled, 1999

KAWS
Untitled, 1999

Limited Edition Kuroki Selvedge Girlfriend Jean

Limited Edition Kuroki Selvedge Girlfriend Jean

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Hana Knizova – Joshua’s Bum, California 2017

Hana Knížová
Joshua’s Bum, California
2017
C-type on Fuji Archival paper Ed. 5 +1 AP
16.5 x 23.4 in

Czech photographer Hana Knížová portrays youth in all stages of being. Whether it’s siblings with an uncanny resemblance, the inhabitants of a youth detention centre in northern Czech Republic or aspiring actors, screenwriters and directors in and around Hollywood, Knížová never fails to capture the emotional subtleties of her subjects. The fact that her model’s faces are frequently covered renders their body language all the more powerful, making them appear like entangled sculptures at times. Using unconventional models and alternating between staged and impromptu shoots, Knížová hopes to create a time capsule for her subjects that will later allow them to look back at these days filled with fickleness, uncertainty and great aspirations and hope.

Knížová lives and works in London, where her works have been met with critical acclaim: her pictures were shown in the prestigious Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize exhibition. In 2013, she was awarded the John Kobal New Work Award by the National Portrait Gallery. SLEEK presents a selection of works from her Young Hollywood and her Couple Exchange series as well as a picture from Ellyana, a series which was sparked by her interest in albinism.

Sleek Art

The Kinfolk Entrepreneur – Ideas for Meaningful Work

The Kinfolk Entrepreneur
Ideas for Meaningful Work

Join Nathan Williams and the Kinfolk team as they visit more than 40 creative entrepreneurs from around the world who are making business personal. Explore how visionary ideas take root and ripen into careers, and the myriad ways in which the pursuit of meaning and passion, and the experiences of disappointment and defeat, can motivate both professional success and a balanced quality of life. Through insightful interviews with leaders in the worlds of publishing, architecture, fashion, design and beyond, The Kinfolk Entrepreneur captures the ambitions and realities of today’s creative class and offers tips, advice and inspiration for anyone looking to forge their own path in life.

Available for pre-order now and arriving in Fall 2017.

Kinfolk

Philippe Parreno: H {N)Y P N(Y} OSIS / HYPOTHESIS

Philippe Parreno: H {N)Y P N(Y} OSIS / HYPOTHESIS
Andrea Lissoni. ed.
Texts by Cyril Béghin, Andrea Lissoni, Molly Nesbit, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Brian O’Doherty, Philippe Parreno, Adam Thirlwell

2017
364 pages
English
Hardcover, 17 x 24 cm
ISBN 9788867492251

“The exhibition is conceived as a scripted space, like an automaton, producing different temporalities, a rhythm, an itinerary, and a duration. The visitor is guided through the spaces by the appearance and orchestration of sounds and images… a mental choreography.” – Philippe Parreno

Philippe Parreno is interested more in the dynamics of how a work of art is shown to the public than in its actual production, and in his films, installations, performances and texts, he subverts the codes normally applied to exhibition spaces. He places the construction of the exhibition at the heart of his process, approaching it through different formats and redefining the exhibition experience as a coherent object rather than as a collection of individual works.

Produced in conjunction with the H {N)Y P N(Y} OSIS exhibition – curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist and Alex Poots, with consulting curator Tom Eccles, in the spaces of the Park Avenue Armory in New York – and with Hypothesis – curated by Andrea Lissoni at Pirelli HangarBicocca in Milan – this monograph offers a rich critical overview of his work, with essays by Cyril Béghin, Molly Nesbit, Brian O’Doherty and Adam Thirlwell, and two interviews with Hans Ulrich Obrist and Andrea Lissoni. It is thus an invaluable research tool for studying one of the most influential and charismatic figures on the contemporary art scene.

Mousse Publishing

Hana Knizova – Vero & Magic Lemons; Mothers Series

Hana Knizova Vero & Magic Lemons; Mothers Series 2017

Hana Knizova
Vero & Magic Lemons; Mothers Series
2017
C-type on Fuji Archival paper Ed. 6 +1 AP
16,5 x 23,4 inches

Sleek Art

Alessandro Casagrande #001

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My name is Sander Dekker / 1.5

My name is Sander Dekker / 1.5

My name is Sander Dekker / 1.5

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My name is Sander Dekker / 1.5

144 pages
21 x 26 cm
Offset printing
Hardcover

The 144 pages hardcover contains a story shot in six cities all over the world, covering pictures of more than forty extraordinary people all captured by one person. His name is Sander Dekker.

An admiration for the special, eccentric and odd ones is the common theme in the work of this Amsterdam-based photographer. But don’t try to make him a voyeur, that would be too easy and blunt. In “The Project” it is all about authenticity, trust and improvisation. Together with a great dose of humour and lots of positive energy this leads to great pictures in which unexpected situations are turned into magical moments.

In addition to the photographs, the book also contains short stories which provide a beautiful insight of his models.

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Odarodle – An imaginary their_story of naturepeoples, 1535-2017

Odarodle - An imaginary their_story of naturepeoples, 1535-2017

Exhibition 21 July 2017 – 16 October 2017
Odarodle – An imaginary their_story of naturepeoples, 1535-2017

Vernissage: July 20th 2017, 6 pm

Pre-Opening Manifestation Parade: July 20th, 4.30 pm (gathering in front of “Speisekammer im Eldorado” supermarket, corner of Motzstraße/Kalckreutstraße)

The artistic research exhibition Odarodle – an imaginary their_story of naturepeoples, 1535-2017 casts, for the first time, a postcolonial perspective on the collection and history of the Schwules Museum*. The exhibition proposes a thought-exercise: that there are problematic associations between the museum representation of homosexualities and the ethnological display formats developed over the course of European colonialism. Odarodle presents the work of 16 artists, mostly Berlin-based, including 10 newly commissioned pieces. These contemporary positions respond to the Museum, its archive, and its practices as both research material and aesthetic medium.

Odarodle specifically turns “Eldorado” backwards. As a site of multiple origins, it is a threefold reference: an historical exhibition, a legendary night club, and a colonial myth. Though the commitment of the Schwules Museum* to enable LGBTIQ cultural visibility bespeaks a greater political agenda of liberation, the contemporary relevance of such a (self-)representational undertaking requires revision and reflection. A more expansive, less obvious scale of critical engagement, as proposed by Odarodle, considers the deeper operations within Modernity that have attempted to exhibit forms of life, their bodies, and their habitats. This is where the desire to show the manners and mores of a kind of “people” and their “nature” confronts the postcolonial challenges of the ethnographic museum: a site that has historically sought to visualize the existence of the “Other” and, in doing so, maintains the “Other” as a normative construction.

The project’s primary point of departure is the seminal exhibition Eldorado: Homosexuelle Frauen und Männer in Berlin 1850-1950 – Geschichte, Alltag, und Kultur, which opened in 1984 at the Berlin Museum in West-Berlin and is considered by the Schwules Museum* as its institutional origin. Starting with a range of legal, medical, and literary discussions on the “nature” of sexuality and the “identity” of same-sex love, the exhibition Eldorado turned its focus onto the cultural and sociopolitical climate of the ‘20s and ‘30s in Berlin. Documents, photographs, prints, and paintings were displayed in vitrines and on thematically-arranged presentation boards, while specific “environments” were recreated with everyday objects to convey atmospheres – the gay boudoir, the lesbian café, the Tiergarten cruising area. Read more…

Schwules Museum*

Acne Studios – Carina Merino Black

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Undressed – Mario Testino

Mario Testino. Undressed
Matthias Harder, Manfred Spitzer, Carine Roitfeld
Softcover, 24.4 x 34.5 cm, 144 pages
ISBN 978-3-8365-6646-9
Multilingual Edition: English, French, German

Mario Testino’s Undressed removes various layers. Coinciding with an exhibition conceived exclusively for the Helmut Newton Foundation in Berlin, this intimate series explores the notion of undressing in photography as much as it lays Testino’s archive bare, probing beyond the photographer’s established public image to reveal a deeper understanding of his practice and oeuvre.

The 50 featured photographs center on the naked body, alternately exploring and pushing the traditions and boundaries between sex, gender identity, and fashion. Honoring the influence of Helmut Newton, the images become abstracted body landscapes, the protagonists appearing as mere form, a torso, even a statue.

A special highlight are previously unseen photographs shot in the Testino studio, in which an exuberant atmosphere intermingles with the implicit frisson of nudity and where playfully amorous dynamics never slip into the obscene or pornographic.

Testino’s lineup ranges from supermodel protagonists, such as Kate Moss and Amber Valletta, to anonymous, androgynous men; from individual portraits to group photos. We see many intimate moments, some caught candidly, some consciously orchestrated, such as a young man shaving a woman’s upper pubic hair in a luxurious bathroom. Following in the tradition of SIR, many of the images may be seen to redefine masculine paradigms in the same way that Newton created his own brand of female beauty.

As emotions, aesthetics, and bodies meet, Testino grants new insight into his world-famous work. The images are accompanied by an introduction from curator Matthias Harder, a candid conversation piece with Carine Roitfeld, as well as an essay from psychiatrist and psychologist Manfred Spitzer who offers a neuroscientific perspective on our visual perception of bodies and beauty.

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Walter Leblanc – Sensorial Geometries / Geometrie Sensoriali

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Walter Leblanc: Sensorial Geometries / Geometrie Sensoriali
Edited by Francesca Pola
Text by Francesca Pola

2017
64 pages
English / Italian
Softcover, 21 x 29,7 cm
ISBN 9788867492855

The Belgian artist Walter Leblanc (1932-1986) was an outstanding figure in post-World War II European art, whose importance is drawing international attention. This exhibition at Cortesi Gallery (London, 1 June – 21 July 2017), curated by Francesca Pola and realized in collaboration with the Walter and Nicole Leblanc Foundation of Brussels, brings together pivotal examples of his work from the 1950s to the 1970s, presenting the significant periods of his creative activity.
This fully illustrated catalogue includes an essay by Francesca Pola, images of all of the works exhibited, installation views of the exhibition, and a bio-bibliographical appendix. Based on extensive archival and iconographic research, it offers a more complete understanding and further international studies of Leblanc’s work.

Mousse Publishing

Intermission Packaging

Intermission Packaging
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Cutigen Laboratories

Courting Desire – Carleen Laronn by Dana Pennington

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Courting Desire
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The Artist as Curator – An Anthology

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The Artist as Curator: An Anthology
Edited by Elena Filipovic
Texts by Alexander Alberro, Monica Amor and Carlos Basualdo, Biljana Ciric, Ekaterina Degot, Elena Filipovic, Claire Grace, Anthony Huberman, Dean Inkster, Alhena Katsof, William Krieger, Elisabeth Lebovici, Ana Longoni, James Meyer, Isabelle Moffat, Nina Möntmann, Natalie Musteata, Sandra Skurvida, Dirk Snauwaert, Lucy Steeds, Monika Szewczyk, and Kaelen Wilson-Goldie
Afterword by Hans Ulrich Obrist

2017
English
416 pages
softcover, 21 x 28 cm
ISBN 9783960981787

This is an anthology of essays that first appeared in The Artist as Curator, a series that occupied eleven issues of Mousse from no. 41 (December 2013/January 2014) to no. 51 (December 2015/January 2016). It set out to examine what was then a profoundly influential but still under-studied phenomenon, a history that had yet to be written: the fundamental role artists have played as curators. Taking that ontologically ambiguous thing we call “the exhibition” as a critical medium, artists have often radically rethought conventional forms of exhibition making. This anthology surveys seminal examples of such exhibitions from the postwar to the present, including rare documents and illustrations.

It includes an introduction and the twenty essays that first appeared in Mousse, a newly commissioned afterword by Hans Ulrich Obrist, and two additional essays that appear here for the first time, discussing twenty-two exhibitions by the Avant-Garde Argentinian Visual Artists Group; Mel Bochner; Marcel Broodthaers; Hank Bull, Shen Fan, Zhou Tiehai, Shi Yong, and Ding Yi; John Cage; Judy Chicago, Miriam Schapiro, and the CalArts Feminist Art Program; Collaborative Projects Inc. (Colab); Alice Creischer, Andreas Siekmann, and Max Jorge Hinderer; Liam Gillick and Philippe Parreno; Group Material; Richard Hamilton and Victor Pasmore; David Hammons; Martin Kippenberger; Mark Leckey; Goshka Macuga; Lucy McKenzie and Paulina Ołowska; Hélio Oiticica; Walid Raad and Akram Zaatari; Martha Rosler; Avdey Ter-Oganyan; Philippe Thomas; and Andy Warhol.

Co-published with Koenig Books, London

Mousse Publishing

Stefan Dotter – L’immorale

Stefan Dotter L'immorale 2015

Stefan Dotter
L’immorale
2015
Fuji Crystal Print glossy on Alu Dibond, Floater frame Basel black, Ed. 5 + 1AP
45 cm x 30 cm

Stefan Dotter (b. 1993, Bamberg, Germany ) is a Berlin-based photographer and painter whose work centers around the exploration of organic shapes in contemporary art and fashion on one hand and classic travel photography under the mentoring of Sebran D’Argent on the other hand. Romanticism and escapism marks the essence of his work.

Sleek Art

Destiny Unknown – Ninu and Savo are Ashirov Martic

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Ninu and Savo are Ashirov Martic
@ashirovmartic

Beauty shots for DESTINY UNKNOWN
Hendrik Simon / @simonriepe
Styling: @simonriepe
Hair/Make-up: Vivian Atienza
Models: alfred, lisa, luisa @aquamarinemodelmgmt
CD/Photography: Ashirov Martic

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Alexander Wang – White Boxy Crewneck Barcode T-Shirt

Alexander Wang
White Boxy Crewneck Barcode T-Shirt
172187F110003
Short sleeve cotton jersey t-shirt in ‘eggshell’ white. Rib knit crewneck collar. Bonded logo in black at front. Tonal stitching.
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Raymonde Identity and Webdesign – Thibault Priou

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Neave + Ello Print Give Away

Giving away!

@Ello + @elloartgiveaways and I are giving away a free print. This piece is a composite of two photos I’ve taken: One is a film shot I took in Monte Carlo, and the other is a digital photo taken in Beverly Hills.

The giveaway will run from Tuesday July 4th to Thursday July 6th. For a chance to win, just leave a comment on this post. A winner will be picked at random on Friday, July 7th!

About the print:

11X17 | Unframed | printed on museum-quality matte Epson paper. Prints and ships from Los Angeles.

Sir Neave

Maria Loboda – To Separate the Sacred From the Profane, 2016

Maria Loboda, To Separate the Sacred From the Profane, 2016 © Blaise Adilon

Maria Loboda: La Fête, La Musique, La Noce
Charwei Tsai
Jef Geys
June 2–August 13, 2017

Institut d’art contemporain, Villeurbanne/Rhône-Alpes
11 rue Docteur Dolard
69100 Villeurbanne
France

La Fête, La Musique, La Noce (Fun, Music and Festivities) were, in fact, all euphemisms, in the colourful slang of Napoleon’s grand army, for “war”—La Guerre.

The three words are the battle cry of Maria Loboda’s one-woman show at the IAC, her biggest ever in France. But, lurking under this slightly baroque exhibition title with its blithe overtones of jollity and merriment, there is a sense of menace. An underlying tension sets in early and stays with the visitor until the end of the exhibition.

More interested in the imperfections and meanderings of history than she is in the archaeological evidence for it or in its legitimate functions, Maria Loboda bases her work on the interpretation and re-appropriation of rituals and, by extension, the symbols specific to different communities.

i-ac.eu

Apartment in Bryanston Square by DRDH Architects

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Apartment

Apartment in Bryanston Square, London by DRDH Architects 07

Apartment in Bryanston Square, London by DRDH Architects 08

The completed project is for a piano nobile apartment within a Georgian house in Bryanston Square, Marylebone, United Kingdom, designed by DRDH Architects for the couturier Anna Valentine. The apartment restores aspects of the original house, notably the principal room to the square, whilst opening up the plan to light and the spatial interconnectedness of contemporary life. The atmosphere of the resultant spaces draws inspiration from the compelling, sparsely furnished interior paintings of Danish Artist Wilhelm Hammershoi (1864 – 1916), echoing their quiet introspection in sequence, arrangement and tonal palette. As in Hammershoi’s paintings of his home, at Strandgade 30 in Copenhagen, doors of varying scales not only mediate the relationships between new and existing elements but establish themselves as figures that occupy space and define its character. Bespoke furniture pieces form the kitchen within the main living space and a tall cabinet forms a freestanding enclosure to the master bedroom.

Designed by DRDH Architects
Located Bryanston Square, Marylebone, London, United Kingdom
Size 120 m²
2013

Damien Hirst – Eat: Eat the Rich Series

Eat – Eat the Rich Series
Damien Hirst

Unframed dimensions: 1016 x 762 mm (40 x 30 inches)
Framed dimensions: 1066 x 812 mm (42 x 32 inches)
Frame: Wooden with glass card and backing
Silkscreen print
Edition of 150
Signed and numbered
Published by Other Criteria

‘Eat the Rich’ is a new series of twelve screenprints that depicts pharmaceutical packaging in which the tablet’s brand name has been replaced by a word implying violence or force. The series expands upon Hirst’s long-standing interest in the aesthetics of pharmaceutical packaging, which first manifested in his early ‘Medicine Cabinets’ series. Similar to the thirteen-part ‘Last Supper’ screenprints, ‘Eat the Rich’ illustrates the artist’s “obsession with the body”(1) and the medical industry attached to it, in which confidence is exuded through minimalist designs that perpetuate “the modernist fantasy […] that everyone and everything can be cured.”(2)

1) Damien Hirst cited in Damien Hirst and Gordon Burn, ‘On the Way to Work’ (Faber and Faber, 2001), 25
2) Ibid., 210

Menu Space – Norm Architects

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“Menu Space is our newly finished showroom, office, and café, designed specifically for Danish design company MENU.

With the goal of building a community around Menu as a design brand, Menu Space is a new creative initiative aimed at bringing likeminded creative thinkers closer to the brand and encouraging them to share their stories, ideas and processes. Featuring a showroom, office and café, we had the pleasure of helping this new approach to running a succesful design business to fruition by creating a space for great ideas, beautiful design, powerful concepts and inspiration as well as openness, knowledge sharing, co working, and collaborations.

With the goal of creating a welcoming space where everyone can stop by – for a coffee, a meeting, or simply to have a close up look at the designs of Menu – the interior is inspired by the raw and industrial setting of the surrounding area. Located in the upcoming Copenhagen neighbourhood surrounding the harbour in Nordhavn, the space draws heavy inspiration from strong materials such as concrete and steel, which can be seen throughout the space. This use of natural and durable materials provides a beautiful contrast to the objects and designs that fill the plateaus, floors, and corners.

The idea is to keep Menu Space moving and ever changing. To have friends of the house and people we admire stop by on a regular basis. In order to do so, the interior is highly flexible, making it easy to adjust, modify and change the interior layout of the space. This ensures that the showroom, as much as the office and café, stays vibrant, creative and lively that meets the needs of neighbours, visitors, friends, clients, and designers.”

Menu Space
Hamborg Plads
2150 Nordhavn
Denmark

Norm Architects

New Identity for MTMT Life – Design by OFF

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Marilyn Minter – Absinthe, 2017

Marilyn Minter – Absinthe, 2017

Marilyn Minter
Absinthe, 2017

C-print, 60x49cm / 24 x 16″
Printed by Griffins Studio
Ed. 35/ XV/ 15 APs
Signed and numbered certificate

Edition for Parkett 100/101

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